Need A Pro for your Buoyancy?? Pro 2000 from @seacofficial
External Material: Heavy Duty 1000D PU-Coated Nylon
Internal Material: PU-Coated 420 Nylon
Dump Valves: 3, with pull cord "D" Rings: Five 50-mm curved + two 25-mm straight in black anodized alumunium
Dry weight (size L): 3900 gr
Teach the basics of buoyancy for your preschoolers by set up this super-fun experiment. The kids will love diving into the science of buoyancy and will have a blast playing and learning in the water.
!BCD Thursday 1/1!
Fresh Design, Features and Affordability are the Key Concepts Behind this New BC. - Scubapro
After a long day at diving we present to you the truly balanced BCD aptly called the equaliser.
Borrowing some must have features from high end BCDs while being super affordable this is a good choice for teaching as well as a recreational BCD.
-High performance wraparound bladder made of 420 denier nylon is durable, lightweight and extremely comfortable.
-Excellent stability thanks to the full-sized backpack and tank strap system.
-Flat-buckle quick-release integrated weight system loads easy and ditches even easier, and the valve system represents the ultimate in reliability and performance. -Big Velcro-closure pockets and four stainless D-rings for carrying accessories, plus two octopus pockets for storing a backup reg
Because we need attention:
1st Graders are learning about buoyancy and density while preparing for next week's Cultural Fair. They experimented with many different objects to see if they would sink or float. These little scientists are hard at work!
#tbt Learning how to control our buoyancy while spotting some extraordinary creatures. We were so lucky to see some white tipped reef sharks, giant mantas and one whale shark (!!!) during our first dive as certified open water divers. Unfortunately we don't have any pictures of these animals as we were too busy actually checking them out. Special thanks to @coibadive for their excellent training and guidance. And of course big love for @bryan_quaghebeur for calming me down when I got scared. .
Rainy Day Science Fun! Students in Mrs. Goelzer's honors class found themselves selecting grains of sand in order to balance the weight of their "submarine" to match the buoyant force of water. When "perfect" the subs will stick to the surface of the water by surface tension only. A slight tickle to the water breaks the surface tension and the sub sinks slowly to the bottom of the tank. The Ultimate Goal? To find their measurement error in the freshwater tank and then, using their calculations only and their mad estimation skills, get the sub to stick by calculation only in a saltwater tank. #science#buoyancy#scienceexperiment#cbnapride#cbnabears#cbna151